Competition & Change

Papers
(The TQCC of Competition & Change is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Between a rock and a hard place: Freedom, flexibility, precarity and vulnerability in the gig economy in Africa114
Digital labour platforms and new forms of flexible work in developing countries: Algorithmic management of work and workers66
Digitalization and the geographies of production: Towards reshoring or global fragmentation?42
Amazon: A story of accumulation through intellectual rentiership and predation41
Paradigms and the political economy of ecopolitical projects: Green growth and degrowth compared31
Same same, but different: Varieties of capital markets, Chinese state capitalism and the global financial order30
Industrial policy and comparative political economy: A literature review and research agenda29
Oligopoly-driven development: The World Bank’s Trading for Development in the Age of Global Value Chains in perspective21
Community building on crowdwork platforms: Autonomy and control of online workers?19
When Brussels meets shadow banking – Technical complexity, regulatory agency and the reconstruction of the shadow banking chain18
Neoliberalism as Corporate Power18
Brexit, Trump and trade: Back to a late 19th century future?17
Intellectual property, technorents and the labour share of production16
Financialization at work: Shareholder primacy and stagnant wages in the United States16
The substitutive state? Neoliberal state interventionism across industrial, housing and private pensions policy in the UK15
Exercising associational and networked power through the use of digital technology by workers in global value chains15
Three varieties of Authoritarian Neoliberalism: Rule by the experts, the people, the leader15
Inequality, poverty and the privatization of essential services: A ‘systems of provision’ study of water, energy and local buses in the UK14
‘There is nothing there’: Deindustrialization and loss in a coastal town13
Financialization and state capitalism in Hungary after the Global Financial Crisis13
Digital connectivity at the upstream end of value chains: A dynamic perspective on smartphone adoption amongst horticultural smallholders in Kenya13
Competition and monopoly in the U.S. economy: What do the industrial concentration data show?11
Competition and power in global value chains11
Land grabbing or value grabbing? Land rent and wind energy in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca10
From passive owners to planet savers? Asset managers, carbon majors and the limits of sustainable finance9
The epistemic evolution of market authority: Big data, blockchain and China’s neostatist challenge to neoliberalism9
Augmenting digital monopolies: A corporate financialization perspective on the rise of Big Tech8
Coping with commoditization: The third-party logistics industry in the Asia-Pacific8
Decarbonizing the downturn: Addressing climate change in an age of stagnation8
The Gulf’s shifting geoeconomy and China’s structural power: From the petrodollar to the petroyuan?8
When the state goes transnational: The political economy of China’s engagement with Indonesia8
The moral economy of the algorithmic crowd: Possessive collectivisim and techno-economic rentiership7
The advanced producer services complex as an obligatory passage point: Evidence from rent extraction by investment banks7
Introduction7
Introduction to special issue on digitalization, labour and global production6
Financial natives: Real estate developers at work6
Infrastructures of globalisation. Shifts in global order and Europe’s strategic choices6
Financialization and union decline in Canada: The influence on sectors and core industries6
The effects of culture, attitudes and perceptions on industrial cluster policy: The case of Russia5
No strings attached: Corporate welfare, state intervention, and the issue of conditionality5
Ceci n’est pas un Capital Markets Union: Re-establishing EU-led financialization5
Owner–manager perceptions of regulation and micro-firm performance: An exploratory view5
How and why do MNCs communicate their corporate social responsibility in developing countries? Evidence from Bangladesh5
Industry evolution: Evidence from the Italian brewing industry5
Elephant limps, but jaguar stumbles: Unpacking the divergence of state capitalism in Brazil and India through theories of capitalist diversity5
Markets are constantly collapsing: Reconceptualizing ‘the market’ as a quantum social wavefunction5
Convergent and divergent trajectories of corporate governance5
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